ABOUT ME

I am a Korean-American-Danish actress, director, writer and creator based in Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Being a passionate storyteller, I thrive working with theatre as well as with screenwork. Both as an actress, director and creator, the story is always the core of my attention.

I was born in Korea and adopted to an American father and Korean mother. I have lived both in the US and in Denmark where I received classical training as an actress at the National Theatre School.

I work and create fluently in both languages.

On screen, I have played Susanne Winther in »The Bridge 4«, Jaidee Johnson in season 1 of Swedish crime series »Bäckström - Can you die twice«, Lady Amalisa in »The Wheel of Time« and the next thing coming up will be Enjoiner Rue in season 2 of »Foundation«.

In theatre, I have worked with contemporary, experimental pieces as well as classical and musical theatre on both small experimental stages, site-specific venues as well large established stages as the Danish Royal Theatre.

 

As well as working as an actress, director and creator, I am the artistic director of the free theatre group danskdansk that produces plays addressing issues of diversity, equality and identity and reaches out to a diverse audience. The recent play »Queens«, which I created with playwright Camara Lundestad Joof, has now gone into the early process of being developed for tv.

I am currently in post-production with the short film »Watch« starring Ditte Hansen and Nukaka Coster-Waldau. »Watch« will be my debut as a film director as well as a screenwriter. 

 

I am a passionate advocate for diversity as well as female driven stories and a firm believer that diversity brings new perspectives, originality and creativity.